New Delhi, Mar 22: India has enough proofs against China that the country (China) has been continuing to supply weapons, arms and ammunition to Maoists and ULFA, who reportedly have joint hands in North-East region of India.
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram also accepted that Maoists and ULFA are purchasing weapons from smugglers based in China's Yunnan province, Myanmar and south-east Asian countries. The minister in the Parliament also commented, "Most of the weapons (seized from insurgents) carry Chinese mark."
The activities in the border of India and China raise speculations - are China along with Maoists and ULFA making a joint brigade to attack India in near future?
Earlier OneIndia reported that China, following Pakistan (in supporting terrorism in India), might have been assisting the militants operating from Burma and Bangladesh. Reports also said that the coordination committee of seven major rebel outfits of Manipur was exploring the possibility of investment in Burma to strengthen their presence there.